In a new Instagram post, Reese Witherspoon shared a video to celebrate her new fall collection launch. The post read:
"New dress got me dancin’! Check out our new BEAUTIFUL Fall collection @draperjames ? ??? ?"
Reese Witherspoon at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, USA on February 8, 2012. | Photo: Getty Images
The video showed the Oscar-winning actress in a mid-length marigold dress with lavender floral prints. The dress had puffy sleeves, a cinched waist, and tiny pleats.
Her blonde hair was parted on the side and tucked behind her ear, where a little gold earring bobbed. Witherspoon also sported a simple gold bracelet on her left hand.
She wore a pair of brown velvety strap heels and held a full glass cup as she tried to move along to the music. It is safe to say that dancing is not her forte.
Her fans found the post endearing as they flooded it with over 4000 comments, the reigning word being "cute." " Many thanked her for brightening up their days with her positive energy.
A particular fan said Witherspoon is who every woman wants to be, while another said she has a pure soul. Some suggested that she works on her dancing skills, while others just loved the new dress.
The ''Legally Blonde" star launched her clothing line in 2015. She reportedly named the line, Draper James, after her grandparents, Dorothea Draper and William James Witherspoon.
Her designs mirror her Southern roots while exuding charm and grace. Witherspoon reportedly created the line to honor her past and help others embrace the beauty of Southern comfort.
In 2017, the "Election" actress launched a size-inclusive collection. It was reported that she said this was as a result of the feedback she received from her customers.
Witherspoon put her positive energy into her brand as she launched a Draper James Teachers Initiative earlier this year. This was to celebrate the educators for finding new ways to reach their students.
She reportedly said the quarantine period had taught her a lot about people. She was grateful to the teachers for showing up for their students, so she added a 25% discount on all online orders made by teachers on May 5th, which was Teachers Appreciation Day.